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Tour de Freak October 2010

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Welcome Freaks and Freak fans!  It’s the 20th of the month and you know what that means…Tour de Freak!  I’m stop number 4 on the tour and you probably just came from Lisa Young’s blog – Add Ink and Stamp.  If you’re starting here, be sure and make the complete tour back to Lisa because she has some fun projects to share with you!

This month’s theme is December Holidays!  Our most favorite time of the year!  I’m going to start off with a more traditional card.


Here’s What I Used:
Stamps: Word Play
Paper: Jolly Holiday DSP, Very Vanilla, Old Olive,
Ink: (markers:  Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Basic Black)
Accessories: Scallop Trim Border punch, 1 3/4″ circle punch, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border punch, Very Vanilla Taffeta ribbon, Corner Rounder punch, Dimensionals, Fine Galaxy glitter (red), Tombow glue,

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Here’s What I Used:
Stamps: Come to Bethlehem
Paper: Marina Mist, Vellum Cardstock, Basic Black & DSP,  Whisper White,
Ink: Versamark, Stazon Jet Black,
Accessories: Rhinestones, Buttons Sizzlit, Black Embossing Powder, Corner Rounder Punch, 5/8″ Marina Mist Grosgrain ribbon, Modern Label punch, Word Window Punch, Dimensionals, Scallop Trim Border punch, White embroidery thread,

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My last project is an altered item.  This was one of those $.10 notepads that are great to stick in your purse and I’ve added a decorative front to it.  It’s great for creating christmas shopping lists and keeping track of what you’ve purchased.

Here’s What I Used:
Stamps: none
Paper: Pear Pizzaz & DSP, Poppy Parade, Blushing Bride, Whisper White,
Ink: none (sentiment printed with MDS)
Accessories: 1 3/4″ Scallop Circle punch, 1 3/8″ Circle punch, 1 1/4″ Square punch, Old Olive 1/4″ Grosgrain ribbon, Brights brads, 1/4″ circle punch, Scallop Edge Border punch, Modern Label punch, Crop-a-dile,  Mat Pack/Paper Piercer,  Rose Red Chalk, White Gel pen, Black marker,

**(This Santa idea was CASED from Dawn Olchfeske.)**

Thanks for stopping by!

Now on to the next stop of our tour, Connie Babbert – Inkspired Treasures

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14 thoughts on “Tour de Freak October 2010

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  2. LOVE how vibrant your cards are! And I love that notebook idea!

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  3. I especially love the first card!!

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  4. Your cards are AWESOME (I MUST get that “Come to Bethlehem” set!). And that little Santa is aDORable!! Great idea to carry a little “list” for ideas in your purse! 🙂

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  5. Beautiful projects, Wendy – so many lovely details esp. on the Come to Bethlehem card!

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  6. Ahhh it’s all in the details – and yours are always wonderful! Love how the red stripes in your first card line up under the red glitter – looks like a row of Christmas candles!

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  7. I love both your cards! I love your details on the greeting on the Bethlehem card. Clever! And I will have to make a Santa notebook for my son so he can write his wishlist. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Great ideas Wendy! My favorite is the window card!

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  9. Your cards and notebook are stunning. Great colors, great techniques and of course great style! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Like them all….and the dots on the top card really pull things together!

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  11. I love the red dots on the Scallop Trim Punch border! Just a cute added feature to a beautiful card. And how elegant is that blue Christmas card! Great projects, Wendy!

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  12. Your projects are gorgeous! I love the layout of the first card – cool!

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  13. Darling projects! The punched santa is adorable!

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  14. BEAUTIFUL!!! Wendy strikes again! Love your projects, just in time for blog surfing for ideas! 🙂

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